Ezekiel Elliot Faces Serious Legal Concerns
Ezekiel Elliot’s family faces serious legal concerns.
According to Sheridan Hendrix of the Columbus Dispatch, Ezekiel’s father is facing 21 charges connected to a wild cat found loose in Ohio earlier this year.
Per the report, Stacy El-Muhammad’s neighbors reported a serval attacking their family dog.
Police reportedly shot and killed the animal after he attack.
“Investigators spoke with El-Muhammad, who said he was keeping the serval but wasn’t the owner,” the report noted.
“Investigators used a microchip in the serval to trace its ownership, determining it had been sold to El-Muhammad, who did not hold the required permit to own a serval in Ohio.”
The charge for owning an exotic animal without a permit is a first degree misdemeanor and reportedly carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1000 fine.